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A part of Lucknow's heritage landscape, Kudiya Ghat still stands its ground in the tides of time

Although Lucknow is famed for its historical monuments of the bygone era and intricate architectural samples which loop in hordes of tourists from all over the globe, the ghats of the city somehow fail to grab the equal amount of footfall or even attention. Adding to the city's scenic beauty, the Lucknow ghats are where one can choose to stroll around while inhaling the freshly churned air out of the flowing Gomti and picturesque views which are ought to calm the mind. One such ghat in Lucknow which has provided employment to the locals since ages now while pulling in the Bollywood fraternity to its banks, is Kudiya Ghat.

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Lucknow's iconic Chhota Imambara's facade scarred

One of Lucknow's iconic attractions, the Chhota Imambara now stands 'scarred' by the Lucknow Police that has established a police outpost at its facade. This massacre of the city's tourist magnet is a major violation of the rule of the Archeological Survey of India and Hussainabad Allied Trust.

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Kothi Darshan Bilas is a window to Lucknow's tragic past & it's surreal architecture

Lucknow is home to innumerable monuments and heritage buildings that sit on the cityscape like jewels on a crown. These ancient buildings and formidable monuments carry with them the story of the glorious days the city has seen and even tell of the city's troubled past. One of these breathtaking pieces of architecture is the Kothi Darshan Bilas; a queen's residence designed with elements from the European as well as Mughal influences.

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